Maritime battery supplier expands with production of fuel cells

Corvus Energy, which produces batteries for the maritime sector, expands its activities with production of hydrogen-based fuel cells. The company has signed a deal with Toyota, which will become a key supplier.

Geir Bjørkeli is CEO of Corvus Energy, which plans to launch a production of hydrogen-based fuel cells. | Photo: Corvus Energy

Battery supplier Corvus Energy expands its activities with plans to develop and produce fuel cells based in hydrogen as a greener fuel solution for ships.

This will happen through the establishment of a production in Bergen, which has Japanese car maker Toyota on board "as key partner and supplier of mass-produced fuel cell technology," writes Corvus Energy in a press release Monday.

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